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Multi-Unit Food Service Operations Manager

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GA Food Service Birmingham , AL 35202

Posted 6 months ago

The team at GA Foods is hiring an experienced Multi-Unit Food Service Operations Manager to lead multi-unit operations across the state of Alabama. We are an established, yet growing company who is starting operations for this state on October 1st and will need the Operations Manager to start as soon as possible and assist the Regional Director of Operations in set-up of operations in the state prior to that date. Our company will operate 7 production kitchens in the state to produce meals for and deliver meals to 350 congregate sites, utilizing a fleet of 60 trucks. This candidate will oversee and be responsible for these 7 kitchens, their teams, and the fleet.

General Purpose of Job

To plan and direct statewide contract ADSS operations. Shall be responsible to provide verbal and written operational reporting to ADSS as deemed necessary by ADSS for the operation of this contract. Participate as a resource in the ENP activities that are held throughout the state. Additionally, coordinate and oversee all aspects of operations of State operating units and distribution network, ensuring the production and timely delivery of all meals in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible according to quality and quantity standards, meeting/exceeding organization objectives. Embrace the company's values, vision and mission as One Team.

Essential Duties

Including but not limited to:

  • Responsible for full P&L and oversight of all aspects of State Operations: Purchasing; Inventory Control

  • Personnel Administration

  • Payroll Timekeeping

  • Fleet Management and Distribution Network

  • Customer Service

  • Food Service Ordering, Preparation, and Distribution

  • Sanitation and Quality Assurance

  • Food and Employee Safety

  • Facilities and Grounds Maintenance

  • Organizational Development

  • Staff Training and Development

  • Financial performance

  • Regulatory Compliance and required reporting

  • Troubleshoot any issues as needed

  • Liaison with ADSS, Corporate and Regional Offices

  • Other duties as assigned by management

Degree, Certifications

  • Bachelor's in Culinary Arts/Food Service Management or other related degree preferred

  • ServSafe certification

  • Certified Professional Food Manager

  • HACCP Certification a plus,

  • Valid Class D Regular Operator (minimum) AL Driver License

Preferred Skills & Experience

  • This candidate is required to have a minimum five years of proven experience in food service management

  • Proven knowledge, whether by virtue of academic training or extensive work experience, of quantity food preparing procedures, food purchasing, food service management, and food safety and sanitation

  • Documented training in HACCP or Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP's) within the past three years

  • Current ServSafe certification

  • Must possess working knowledge of the Elderly Nutrition Program (ENP) requirements and applicable Federal, State, and Local food laws and regulations

  • Must possess qualified Supervisory and Management Skills

  • Good computer and associated technology skills with MS Office Applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, Powerpoint), Forecasting/Scheduling Programs, ERP/MRP; Distribution, Food Production and associated equipment experience

  • Training and staff development

  • Organizational development

Drug-Free Work Place / Tobacco-Free Workplace / Equal Opportunity Employer


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Multi-Unit Food Service Operations Manager

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GA Food Service